2009 Belgian Cup Final

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The 2009 Belgian Cup Final, named Cofidis Cup after the sponsor, was played on Saturday, 23 May 2009 between Genk and KV Mechelen and won by Genk with 2–0. It was the 54th Belgian Cup Final.

Road to the Final[edit]

Genk Round Mechelen
Seraing [D3]
H
6–0
Dugary 12'
Nemec 42', 45', 69'
Soetaers 61'
Bošnjak 75'
Round Six Veldwezelt [D3]
H
4–2
Vleminckx 68', 90', 90'
Rossini 85'
Lokeren [D1]
H
1–0
Vossen 35' Round Seven Anderlecht [D1]
H
2–1
Vleminckx 18' (pen.)
Mununga 50'
Gent [D1]
A
0–1
Quarter Finals
First Leg
Kortrijk [D1]
H
1–0
Persoons 74'
Gent [D1]
H
2–0 (AET)
Vossen 32'
Alex 96' (pen.)
Quarter Finals
Second Leg
Kortrijk [D1]
A
0–0
Lierse [D2]
H
2–2
Barda 13'
De Mul 74' (pen.)
Semi-finals
First Leg
Cercle Brugge [D1]
A
1–2
Vleminckx 82'
Lierse [D2]
A
4–1
De Mul 47', 90'
Huysegems 53', 88'
Semi-finals
Second Leg
Cercle Brugge [D1]
H
2–1 (AET)
p.s.: 5–3
Vleminckx 28'
Mununga 68'

Match details[edit]

2009-05-23
Genk 2–0 KV Mechelen
Ogunjimi Goal 42'62'
King Baudouin Stadium, Brussels
Attendance: 45.000
Genk
Mechelen
GENK:
GK 1 Belgium Davino Verhulst
DF 3 Belgium David Hubert YC 30'
DF 5 Cameroon Eric Matoukou YC 43'
DF 12 Belgium Dimitri Daeseleire Substituted off 60'
DF 30 Brazil João Carlos (c)
MF 16 South Africa Anele YC 27' Substituted off 76'
MF 6 Brazil Ederson
MF 33 Czech Republic Daniel Pudil YC 57' Substituted off 89'
FW 18 Israel Elyaniv Barda
FW 17 Belgium Stein Huysegems
FW 21 Belgium Marvin Ogunjimi YC 63'
Substitutes:
GK 26 Belgium Sem Franssen
FW 7 Belgium Kevin De Bruyne
MF 10 Belgium Tom Soetaers Substituted in 89'
FW 19 Belgium Jelle Vossen
DF 23 Belgium Hans Cornelis YC 90' Substituted in 60'
FW 32 Slovakia Adam Nemec
MF 88 Hungary Dániel Tőzsér Substituted in 76'
Manager:
Belgium Pierre Denier
MECHELEN:
GK 23 Belgium Olivier Renard
DF 8 Belgium Xavier Chen
DF 3 Belgium Jonas Ivens (c)
DF 4 Belgium Jeroen Mellemans Red card 25'
DF 17 Ghana Nana Asare YC 52'
MF 11 Belgium Joachim Mununga Substituted off 76'
MF 25 Belgium Wouter Vrancken Substituted off 66'
MF 6 Belgium Koen Persoons
MF 15 France Julien Gorius
FW 18 Belgium Bjorn Vleminckx YC 90'
MF 26 Belgium Kristof Imschoot Substituted off 46'
Substitutes:
GK 20 Belgium Wouter Biebauw
DF 2 France David Grondin
MF 7 Belgium Kenneth Van Goethem
FW 9 Belgium Giuseppe Rossini Substituted in 66'
MF 13 Croatia Antun Dunković Substituted in 76'
MF 19 Belgium Maxime Biset Substituted in 46'
DF 22 Belgium Romeo Van Dessel
Manager:
Belgium Peter Maes

MATCH RULES

  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Penalty shoot-out if scores still level.
  • Maximum 7 named substitutes
  • Maximum of 3 substitutions.

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References[edit]

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